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About The Square that Dared with 0 comments by vreiche on Mar 27th, 2015

Mobile Controls and Fixed Angles

Today is a big day for us at Square Games, we actually have all of our mobile controls fully functioning! That is a huge blessing as we were having all sorts of bugs and annoyances, and we might have lost some hair, but it's bound to grow back (right?).

Friends make a difference* Lighting/Colors

One thing we're trying to decide on is fixed angle vs. not. Fixed means the square (Jeffery), does not rotate at all, and it looks weird one rotating platforms and angled ground, etc. Not means if most of him tips off an edge, he can start spinning ridiculously, or you might be looking at him from a side, (which isn't noticeable until you have a skin on...) What do you think? Would you like to see a Fixed angle, or not a fixed angle, so you can entertain yourself rolling around? We'd love to hear your thoughts!

Thanks for your time,

Square Games

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EDOC_32
EDOC_32 Jan 21 2014, 12:25pm says:

this is a Free Engine or i need buy this?, if this is free... how i can get it?

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CptMold
CptMold Apr 5 2014, 8:35pm replied:

It's free if you're using it non-commercially and with some features blocked (not the major features) as long as your company earned less then $1000 in Unity based content (or if you don't sell anything. You can find it at www.unity3d.com.

Also, if you want the license for Pro, which IS allowed to be sold commercially as well as a few extra features, Unity gives you a one-month trial of Pro and then any longer is a one-year Pro subscription (doesn't auto-renew, don't worry) for $75 a year. If you also want additional Pro licenses, it's $75 per licensed platform per year. Also, you can get Xbox and PS rights for that price in Pro form.

In other words, if you're not using it commercially (at least not on a major scale), yes, it is free.

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Guest
Guest Mar 31 2014, 12:07pm replied:

Free

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Fatponystudios
Fatponystudios Jan 21 2014, 10:59pm replied:

This engine, Unity, is a free engine. It is only free for the free version which gives you enough to make a few small games but to get the pro version you need $1,500 or you could "rent" the pro version for a certain amount per month. Go to Unity3d.com and find the download button, there you'll be able to download unity and have the pro version for 30 days as a trial.

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TheDiddyHop
TheDiddyHop Dec 5 2013, 3:15pm says:

i do really like this engine, but the texturing is terrible. I hope they make the textures tiled differently depending on what face, or object it's on instead of having to make a new material for everything. Other than that, this engine is fantastic.

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aaro4130
aaro4130 Aug 2 2014, 12:37pm replied:

That's how texturing works in most games and engines :|

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kaylee1996
kaylee1996 Nov 26 2013, 2:56pm says:

Can anyone help? with some meshes in blender i have ligting bugs, In blender it's egal, but in unity it looks like this:
I41.tinypic.com

can someone help me to fix it?

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Borzi
Borzi Jan 14 2014, 9:05am replied:

I cant really tell what it's supposed to be, but if the problem is the textures, try applying a UV map from blender into Unity. That's what usually is the problem.

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Moicano
Moicano Nov 4 2013, 1:37pm says:

it's free?

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quintenkock
quintenkock Nov 21 2013, 9:17am replied:

There is a free and a paid version.

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jens01325
jens01325 Jan 18 2014, 3:50pm replied:

Where can i get the free one ?

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quintenkock
quintenkock Jan 19 2014, 4:56am replied:

On my phone it found it here: Unity3d.com

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The advantages of Unity are: +You can build for nearly all major plattforms +Easy to learn +Great assets pipeline, which supports most 3D packages +Great and helpful community and hundreds of useful tutorials +Good documentation +A big fund as backbone. So this engine will be further developed and getting better +one of the most optimized mobile engines So why I give only 7 out of 10? Well, Unity has unfortunately some really weak points: -Basic version is free. But if you serious about game development…

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